(Non-)Masonic Book Review: Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation

Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation is about the many benefits of Transcendental Meditation, presented through cases studies, anecdotes, and medical studies. The benefits range from addiction recovery and managing mental health problems to self-actualization, enhancing creativity and professional development. This post is a longer one, but don't worry, I'll pull it back around … Continue reading (Non-)Masonic Book Review: Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation

(Non-)Masonic Book Review: Speed Reading: The Comprehensive Guide To Speed Reading

Speed Reading: The Comprehensive Guide To Speed Reading - Increase Your Reading Speed By 300% In Less Than 24 Hours by Nathan Armstrong is a decent little book. I've always been a slow reader. Having aphantasia (which I'm sure will come up in other posts as I work through some of the more related books … Continue reading (Non-)Masonic Book Review: Speed Reading: The Comprehensive Guide To Speed Reading

How Does Freemasonry Make Good Men Better?

Those who inquire about the craft often receive an answer that includes mention of “a system of moral instruction,” “higher moral standards,” or most commonly how the fraternity seeks to “make good men better.” We say these things thinking about the brothers in our lodge, the working tools and other symbols, the degree work, lectures, … Continue reading How Does Freemasonry Make Good Men Better?